Question about 997 GT3 suspension/alignment adjustments...
"The new 911 GT3 also has a number of suspension setup options. Ride height, camber, toe angle and anti-roll bar settings can all be adjusted to achieve the desired handling characteristics."
So I know the 997 GT3 comes with the PASM struts, there are just two settings right, they only adjust dampening settings right? Anyone know how the two settings compare to the standard 997S's PASM system (as far as how dampened they are). The ride height can actually be adjusted? I wouldnt think so - but oh well. Anyone know how much stiffer the spring rates are wiht the GT3 compared to the 997S ?
Ok, now about the alignment, of course every car has a degree of adjustability here, but according to that porsche quote the GT3 should have a good bit of adjustability. Concerning camber, does anyone know what the factory specs are? Also, what sort of range should be seen? And, is it further adjusted by camber plates on the top of the struts? Or just an eccentric camber bolt from the hub to strut?
Finally, about the swaybars, are both the front and rear bar adjustable? Anyone know how many adjustment options.
Ok, well I guess I wonder, do any of you guys mess with any of this? I know for autocross/track application it maybe beneficial to fine tune some of this (depending on how it drives from the factory, of course) if the car has the ability to do so...
Anyway, thanks for reading !
ps. What color do you guys think is better: White or Red... I think both look great... well actually many colors look good with the GT3... hard decision